Best Gaming Laptops for Cs Go

Best Gaming Laptops for Cs Go – Finding a good laptop that can be used for playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can be very challenging because they are certain crucial system requirements that must be followed so that the game does not lag as you play. In our guide, we have included only the top 5 best gaming laptops for CSGO.


1.ASUS TUF Dash 15

Pros & Cons

Like those other models I mentioned, the TUF Dash F15 is a really solid laptop — except for the fact that, like the Zephyrus G14, it doesn’t have a webcam. For that reason, it’s not an ideal machine if you frequently hop on video calls for work, class, or leisure.

In terms of specs, I’m not convinced it has the chops to brave the next wave of demanding games in a year or two. I’ll explain why in a bit. At least for now, it can run most games at their highest graphical settings with relatively smooth frame rates, and it has great battery life.


Pros & Cons

In our review of the Asus TUF FX505DY, we criticized the OEM for debuting AMD’s latest mobile H-series CPU with a three generations old Polaris GPU instead of a newer Pascal or Turing Nvidia GPU. Fast forward a couple of months and Asus has right this wrong with the TUF FX505DT that more appropriately pairs a Ryzen 7 H-series CPU with the modern Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 GPU.

The TUF series is home to Asus’ bottom-of-the-barrel gaming laptops that sit well below the flagship ROG series to appeal to gamers on tight budgets. Its focus on value means users shouldn’t expect most luxurious features like metal alloy surfaces, per-key RGB lighting, or Thunderbolt 3. Direct competitors in this space include other entry-level 15.6-inch gaming laptops like the Dell G5 15, Lenovo Legion Y530, HP Pavilion Gaming 15, Acer Nitro 5, Aorus 15, and the MSI GP/GL/GF series.

3.Acer Nitro 5

Pros & Cons

The Nitro 5 has neither a face recognition webcam nor a fingerprint reader to let you skip passwords with Windows Hello. The 720p webcam is a typical laptop economy model that captures soft-focus, noisy shots. Audio doesn’t get very loud—it’ll fill a small room—but isn’t bad, short on bass but clear and mellow. DTS:X Ultra software lets you choose among music, movie, voice, strategy, RPG, and shooter presets or play with an equalizer.

Medium-thin bezels surround the full HD (1,920-by-1,080-pixel) screen, which pushes average brightness with good contrast. Fine details are sharp and not pixelated. White backgrounds are just a touch off-white, but colors, while they don’t pop, are reasonably vivid and well saturated.

4.ASUS VivoBook 15

Pros & Cons

In terms of portability, the system measures 0.78 by 14.1 by 9.1 inches (HWD) and weighs 3.75 pounds. That’s not super lightweight, but still a far cry from being heavy, and should be able to go in your backpack or bag without much notice. The chassis is made of plastic and mostly feels solid. The texture doesn’t feel too cheap, and there’s some flex if you push around the keyboard or the lid, but nothing that should be noticeable or concerning in normal use.

The keyboard and touchpad just about meet that same quality mark, serviceable but not remarkable. The keyboard is the better of the two, with a good amount of travel on the keys without feeling too mushy (they’re a little squishy) and clean white backlighting. The touchpad is just okay, perhaps a touch small, but it does also include a fingerprint reader in the top right corner.

5.CUK GF65

Pros & Cons

With its black brushed-metal lid and keyboard deck, plastic body and red-backlit keyboard, the GF65 Thin looks a bit dated compared to its competition. I do like that it’s more discreet about being a gaming laptop, though. The body feels sturdy and the plastic keeps it light — the laptop only weighs 4.1 pounds (1.8 kg).

The power supply is even reasonably compact for a gaming laptop. The power input is in the middle of the left side along with an HDMI output (4K at 30Hz) so they’re out of your way (assuming you’re right-handed); all of its other ports are on the right side.


Best Gaming Laptops for Cs Go – At the end of the day the best laptop for Counter Strike: Global Offensive or any of its past versions: CS 1.5, 1.6 , Source and Condition Zero will be whichever gives you the highest framerates and eliminate ANY frame dips and lag.

So you can end up at the top of the table or start knifing people for no reason.

I’m not going to say I’m the best out there but I’ve been playing the CS series since the late 90s and just like the older versions the days when my framerates are high and my ping is low I end up at the top of the table and humiliating a few poor souls with razor blade as I’d to call it.